Synonyms of 'ingrained'
(of a habit, feeling, or belief) deeply impressed or instilledMorals tend to be deeply ingrained.
rooted, , , ,
a deeply rooted prejudice
the dangers inherent in an outbreak of war
In men, hair loss is hereditary.
in the blood,
Diamonds have little intrinsic value.
long-term solutions to a deep-seated problem
My visit to India left an indelible impression on me.
the inveterate laziness of these boys
It is clear that the ability to smile is inborn.
inbred, , ,
behaviour patterns that are inbred
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in the sense of constitutional
inherent in the nature of a person or thing
in the sense of deep-rooted
(of ideas, beliefs, etc.) firmly fixed or heldlong-term solutions to a deep-seated problem
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